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Supreme Court constitutes committee under Lokur to stop pollution in Delhi

The Supreme Court has become strict to stop air pollution in Delhi. It has formed a committee headed by former judge Madan Lokur. Which will monitor the states of Haryana, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab. And will report on air pollution happening in Delhi in 15 days.

Let us tell you for information that as winter is getting colder, air pollution in Delhi is also reaching the previous level. The Supreme Court has earlier called Delhi as a gas chamber.

So, this time the Supreme Court does not want to leave any stone unturned. And it has set up a committee under the chairmanship of Madan Lokur to monitor air pollution.

Committee set up by the Supreme Court to stop air pollution in Delhi

Air pollution is a problem every year in Delhi. And the Supreme Court has said that a permanent solution to its problem is necessary. Earlier in October, the incidence of stubble burning in states like Delhi Punjab Haryana has increased significantly. Due to this, pollution in Delhi and surrounding areas of Delhi NCR has increased significantly.

A hearing was held in the Supreme Court today about increasing air pollution in Delhi. The Supreme Court has expressed concern that the people of Delhi and Delhi NCR are suffering from excessive breathing due to air pollution.

In states like Haryana and Punjab, the Supreme Court has constituted a committee under the chairmanship of former judge Madan Lokur to prevent stubble burning. This committee will work closely with the Chief Secretaries of the three states. It will also work closely with NCC and NSS candidates. Which will keep an eye on the burning of stubble.

The Madan Lokur Committee will submit its report to the Supreme Court in 15 days regarding increasing air pollution in Delhi. The next hearing of the case will be on 28 October. On the basis of the report, the Supreme Court will then decide how to reduce pollution in Delhi. And how to control the incidents of stubble burning.

Kejriwal government should shut down power plants to stop pollution in Delhi

Kejriwal government has once again attacked the central government for increasing pollution in Delhi. Delhi’s Environment Minister Gopal Rai has said that all the power plants around Delhi should be closed. This will reduce air pollution in Delhi. For this, he has also written a letter to the Ministry of Environment.

The Kejriwal government of Delhi has written to environmental agencies, saying that about 12 power plants are functioning in an area of ‚Äč‚Äčthirty 300 kilometers in Delhi. Of these, 11 power plants are working on old technology. With this, the steps that Delhi Government is taking to reduce air pollution, they become ineffective. In such a situation, it is necessary that the central government should close these power plants. If the central government does this, then the air pollution in Delhi will automatically reduce.

The Kejriwal government says that environmental agencies have imposed a penalty of Rs 18 lakhs on these 12 power plants. Despite this, these power plants are running. The Kejriwal government says that these power plants need to be shut down immediately.

Kejriwal government’s campaign to reduce air pollution in Delhi

The Kejriwal government has launched a campaign to reduce air pollution in Delhi. The campaign has been named by the Kejriwal government as the Red Light on Cart Off. The Kejriwal government says that every day around 1000000 vehicles can be stopped at red light. And if this is done, then 1.4 tons of pm10 pollution can be eliminated in Delhi. This will enable clean air to Delhiites

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